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For any state of stress it is always possible to define a new coordinate system
which has axes perpendicular to the planes on which the maximum normal
stresses act and on which no shearing stresses act. These planes are called the
...
For any state of stress it is always possible to define a new coordinate system
which has axes perpendicular to the planes on which the maximum normal
stresses act and on which no shearing stresses act. These planes are called the
...
Page 43
Since the strain tensor is a secondrank tensor, it has all of the properties that
have been described earlier for stress. Thus, the strain tensor may be
transformed from one set of coordinate axes to a new system of axes by f} AŁ*\
Efcl ~= ^ki^lj^ij ...
Since the strain tensor is a secondrank tensor, it has all of the properties that
have been described earlier for stress. Thus, the strain tensor may be
transformed from one set of coordinate axes to a new system of axes by f} AŁ*\
Efcl ~= ^ki^lj^ij ...
Page 106
Three mutually perpendicular axes are arbitrarily placed through one of the
corners of the cell. Crystallographic planes and directions will be specified with
respect to these axes in terms of Miller indices. A crystallo graphic plane is
specified in ...
Three mutually perpendicular axes are arbitrarily placed through one of the
corners of the cell. Crystallographic planes and directions will be specified with
respect to these axes in terms of Miller indices. A crystallo graphic plane is
specified in ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
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